The man behind Moxuse is Koichiro Mori. He comes from Saitama in Japan. he studies software art in Tokya and on his spare time he creates some really beatiful sounds using his laptop. I guess you could call the music ambient, or electronica if you'd like. The songs are based around glitchy rythms that stutters forward accompanied by some simple melodies, sometimes field recordings is added to the mix. I could probably write an essay here, but that's not why you're here, so go ahead and download... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, electronica, glitch
Excerpt from a live VJ mix by Doktor Hoo, Jeff Mission, and Karen Lane during a live performance by Kenny Muhammad (The Human Orchestra) at Axis nightclub, Boston, MA. Beatboxer Kenny Muhammad is a one-man audiovisual show. During sound check, I was up on stage hanging projectors, and I stopped cold so I could watch his vocal pyrotechnics as he warmed up. During his performance, our VJ and camera team blended multiple close-up shots so the audience could see them too. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: VJ, Doktor Hoo, Karen Lane, Jeff Mission, video, mixing, live, visuals, performance, Beatfix, Kenny...
Historic concert, under a snow storm, Salome played at a school party at covo club, and received insults and bottles were thrown at them. People left the club and the party was over. No music was played after them by the local dj. Salome were all 17 at the time. After this moment, they were hated and them forgotten ( 1 reviews ) Topics: noise, salome, violent, absurd, stupid, brutal, death
Power Craig makes the quiet return for Illinois recluse Jonas Crenshaw. Jonas Crenshaw's Colossal Failure was a brilliant endeavour, but Jonas' fear of success all but buried the album. During a short hospital stay, he met Sam Gwin, a soundtrack writer for non-existent films. For two years Jonas and Sam would meet and record sketches of songs, single parts, harmonies and random moments. Sam would piece these moments together, and add his own parts. The end result is remarkably beautiful. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Country, Experimental
it takes tupolev three songs and exactly 12 minutes and 17 seconds to raise their voices. and when they do so, nothing really happens- their singing isn't meant for grapping one's attention, to carry emotion or even content. it's just a further instrument to accomplish their certain vision of contemporary avant-garde folk music. throughout that EP there is a feeling of vagueness and stumbling. tupolev play very slow, add a lot of time-changes and keep rolling around all common harmonies. it's a... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Chamber Music, Slow Rock, Improvisational post-modern alternative folk Source: www.12rec.net
"Chaptire Premier" is a dark electro EP from Nishi newcomers Nth Synthesis. Nth Synthesis is an international collaboration project between musicians and video artists Pierce Warnecke of the United States and Romain Serrate of France. Five songs, some brand new, some revamped, all glitched out noir electro just for you. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: electro, dark electro, idm, glitch, collaboration
Marine artillery sergeant Joel Oyer initially supported the war as he entered Iraq with the 2003 invasion force. He tells of his gradual disillusionment with the war and the continuing occupation. Please help get this video aired on your local community access television. See IraqEyewitness.org for more information about this series and to have DVDs mailed to the station. Thank you for your help. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Iraq, unembedded, Marine, war
Help us get more films like this online! This film was digitized and uploaded thanks to contributions from this project: www.indiegogo.com/avgeeks100miles Anita Bryant (famous Florida orange juice and anti-gay spokeswoman) narrates this film that tries to simplify its drug abuse message with an analogy of kids putting together a contraption out of Lego blocks. Although the metaphors often don't make sense, the visual impact of the film is stunning and could easily be quite popular with... ( 30 reviews ) Topic: drugs